Articles written for journals, magazines, and other publications

Preparing Participants to Get the Most Out of Experiential Learning. Philip Donnison. The 2012 Pfeiffer Annual: Training. Editor: Elaine Biech. Published by Pfeiffer November 2011

Regular Contributions to Croner’s Training Briefing:
  • Training and Well-being. Issues 51 and 52. May, June 2010
  • Stepping up to the Management Role for the First Time. Issue 47 January 2010
  • Psychometric Testing in Training and Development Issue. 45 October 2009
  • Identifying and Addressing Training Needs for Individuals. Issue 44 September 2009
  • Stress management During a Recession. Issue 43 July 2009
  • Training Managers to Cope During a Recession. Issue 42 June 2009
  • Simulation-Based Training. Issue 41 May 2009
  • Succession Planning. Issue 39 March 2009
  • 360 Feedback and Planning Your Training. Issue 38 February 2009
  • Getting the Best From Your Coach. Issue 36 November 2008
  • Selecting an External Coach Coaching. Issue 35 October 2008
  • Using Feedback in Coaching. Issue 34 September 2008
  • Competency-Based Frameworks. Issue 31 May 2008
  • Learning and Development Design. Issue 29 March 2008
  • Supervision and Training for Coaches. Issue 23 July 2007
  • Employing Internal Coaches. Issue 22 June 2007
  • Training and Accreditation for Coaches. Issue 21 May 2007
  • Executive Coaching. Issue 20 April 2007

Executive coaching across cultural boundaries: an interesting challenge facing coaches today. Phil Donnison. Development and Learning in Organizations, 2008, Volume: 22, Issue: 4, pp. 17 - 19 Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Is it important to you and the organization? Phil Donnison. The 2005 ASTD Team & Organization Development Sourcebook; Mel Silberman. Published by American Society for Training and Development, 2005

The Role of Emotions in Coaching. Phil Donnison. Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring by David Clutterbuck, David Megginson. 2004.

How effective are your training programmes? Phil Donnison. The 2004 McGraw-Hill Training and Performance Sourcebook. M. L. Silberman, P. Philips Published by Active Training

How confident are your clients about their management abilities. Phil Donnison in The Consultant's Big Book of Reproducible Surveys and Questionnaires: 50 Instruments to Help You Assess Clients' Problems. Mel Silberman. Published by McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003

Action Planning Step by Step. Phil Donnison - The 2003 team and organization development sourcebook. Silberman, M., & Philips, P. (Eds.) Published by Active Training

Donnison, P. (2002) Action planning for teams. Topics for trainers. Available to CIPD members

Donnison, Philip. Images of outdoor management development : a synthesis of the literature and participants' experiences on outdoor courses. Ph.D. Thesis(Lancaster), 2000.

The experiential learning process on outdoor courses : what the delegates say, by Philip Donnison. Organisation Development, Brathay Topical Papers. Issue No. 2 August 2000

Donnison, P. A. (1999) Research in Outdoor Management Development. Paper presented to European Member Meeting of the Association for Experiential Education. April 1999

Donnison P. Making Sense of Outdoor Management Development (OMD): Comparing Participants' Views of OMD with the Received Wisdom. Paper presented at the annual International Conference of the Association for Experiential Education (26th, Incline Village, NV, November 5-9, 1998). Edited version appears in: "Selected Monographs from the Association for Experiential Education International Conference"; Publisher: AEE, 2305 Canyon Blvd., Suite 100, Boulder, CO 80302-5651

Donnison, P. A. (1996) The Great Outdoors. Call Centre Focus. November 1996.

Donnison P. OMD put to the test. Management Development Review, Volume 8, Number 5, 1995 , pp. 35-37 Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Donnison, P. A. (1995) Measuring Effectiveness. Training Tomorrow 9,7

Donnison, Philip (1993) 'The effect of outdoor management development on self-efficacy'. Unpublished MSc dissertation, Birkbeck College, University of London. London.